Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Banned from posting for 7 days for posting a rabbi joke on a rabbi Facebook account!

The wise rabbi

The only cow in a small town in Ukraine stopped giving milk.

The people did some research and found that they could buy a cow from
Moscow for 2,000 rubles, or one from Minsk for 500 rubles.

Being frugal, they bought the cow from Minsk. The cow was wonderful.
It produced lots of milk all the time, and the people were amazed and
very happy. They decided to acquire a bull to mate with the cow and
produce more cows like it. Then they would never have to worry about
the milk supply again.

They bought a bull and put it in the pasture with their beloved cow.
However, whenever the bull came close to the cow, the cow would move
away. No matter what approach the bull tried, the cow would move away
from the bull and he could not succeed in his quest. The people were
very upset and decided to ask their wise Rabbi what to do.

They told the Rabbi what was happening. They explained: "Whenever the
bull approaches our cow, she moves away.

If he approaches from the back, she moves forward. When he approaches
her from the front, she backs off. An approach from the side and she
just walks away to the other side."

The Rabbi pondered this for a while and asked, "Did you buy this cow
from Minsk?" The people were amazed and dumbfounded, since they had
never mentioned where they had gotten the cow from.

"You are truly a wise Rabbi," they said. "How did you know we got the
cow from Minsk?"

The Rabbi answered sadly, "My wife is from Minsk."

I was a little take aback to have been reported.  The Rabbi Zvi Solomons of Reading is normally quite indulgent with me, bless his cotton socks.  It may have been his wife who reported me, I suppose.  Perhaps she is "from Minsk" too.

I thought it a fine example of a Jewish joke and expected him to agree with me!

1 comment:

Elsie said...

It doesn't seem to be very Jewish.

It could be translated into 'a wise, country vicar....'

And then you wouldn't have got banned.

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